A Further Review of the Rudolf Steiner Hall Show. 1935

Drama London

April 1935

Today’s newspaper clipping is a very compact and precise review of the Rudolf Steiner Hall show that I wrote about last week.  I really like this article as it says everything that needs to be said, in a succinct style.

We learn that the performance was on a Saturday evening – whereas often the Ginner-Mawer shows were matinees. 

“The periods represented ranged from classic Greek to the present day, including a Mediaeval Morality; Franco-Italian comedies, with traditional music and costumes; early and mid-victorian character-studies; and mimes of many countries representing England, the Hebrides, Russia, France, Italy and Sicily

Author: Janet Fizz Curtis

Janet Fizz Curtis is trained in the Irene Mawer Method of Mime and Movement and is now writing a book about the life of Irene Mawer.

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